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- UN Body Warns Governments about Health Hazards of Jamming Signals
- Iran's Laughably Forged Human Rights Report Card
- Ex-Marine Says Iranians Want a Swap to Free Him
- Detained Washington Post journalist indicted in Iran
- Prosecutor claims Argentina’s president hid Iran role in 1994 bombing
- Senate moves toward Iran sanctions
- Nuclear Talks With Iran Recess After 'Limited' Progress
- Sen. Tom Cotton: Congress Will Vote on Iran Nuclear Deal
- Obama, Netanyahu discuss Iran talks, Palestinian ICC move
- Iranian officers spotted near site of reported nuclear facility
- US-Iran to hold bilateral nuclear talks next week
- Iranian women stand united in protest and hope at Asian Cup
- Bahai Woman Died because of Lethal Poisoning in Shiraz
- Iran facing drug abuse crisis among women
- Iranian police arrested 50 women for 'un-Islamic' dress
- Female Prisoner of Conscience Transferred to Deplorable Gharchak Prison
- Women Continue Struggle for Rights Despite Barriers
- Did Iran Murder Argentina’s Crusading Prosecutor Alberto Nisman?
- Obama ‘encourages radical Islamic terrorists’
- Iran Building Missile Sites in Syria
- Iraq paid $10 billion for rusty Iranian arms
- Iran deploys ‘real Iron Dome’ missile defense system
- 'Geriatric Kingdom' under threat by Iran and IS
Monday 03 September 2007
Asou Saleh, a Kurd journalist sentenced to one year prison by the revolutionary court of the regime. He has to escape from Iran and the court will confiscate the guarantees that his family put in to release him temporarily.
Abolfazl Vesali, director of newspaper “Nedaye Azar Abadegan” who had been sentenced before to prison, has been accused once more again by the revolutionary court of Tabriz because he had exposed the ministry of urban’s defalcations. Human right’s activists are upset because of the pressures on him and his family.
Nasri, the director and Qazali one of the editors of student journal Roujame are in hunger strike in the jail. These two persons had no connection and visit with their families.
Keyvan Ansari the PHD student of Amir Kabir University has been transferred to the section of dangerous prisoners in Evin because he protested the forcedly visit with his family in a closed glassy cabin.
128 Bahai’s Students Expelled from Universities
The Baha'i International Community (BIC) said it has obtained a copy of a confidential letter from Iran's Ministry of Science, Research, and Technology that was sent to 81 universities. The letter instructs administrators to expel Baha'i students.
The Iranian government does not officially recognize the Baha'i faith.
11 thousands arrested in Khuzestan
The Iranian police in Khuzestan announced during the past months more than 11 thousands individuals have been caught because of their voile / dress codes. In total, 1.684 of them have been sent to the court to be fined.
The revolutionary court in Mashhad announced a new batch of young men accused to hooliganism will be sentenced to death very soon.
Head of police in Kermanshah told the media a few hooligans have already been executed in public or in the prisons and more young men will be executed in public very soon.
Death sentences for 4 persons in Mashhad, 6 persons in Tehran (including a woman and 3 young men aged 21, 22 and 24) in Tehran have been issued.
12 youngesters under 18 years old are waiting to be executed in the Iranian prisons, Mohammed Mostafaei, their lawyer requested the government to cancel their executions.
Summary of the reports from Human Right activists in Iran since starting 2007
1. Execution: 157 individuals